Learn about TwinNote music notation and the advantages it offers.
Overview of Features
TwinNote’s main characteristics and the reasoning behind them.
Illustrations and discussion of major and minor scales in TwinNote.
Illustrations of intervals in TwinNote.
6-6 Pitch Pattern
Explanation of TwinNote’s “6-6” pitch pattern and its benefits.
Rhythm and duration symbols in TwinNote.
TwinNote’s alternative key signatures.
TwinNote’s alternative accidental signs.
Names of Notes and Intervals
TwinNote can be used with the standard note and interval names.
TwinNote’s alternative clef signs.
Beyond the Basics
Influences: Alternative Notation Systems that Inspired TwinNote
A useful discussion if you are new to alternative music notation systems.
TwinNote TD — Traditional Duration Version
Uses exactly the same duration symbols as traditional music notation.
TwinNote 5L — Five-Line Staff Version
An experimental version of TwinNote that uses a five-line staff.
More topics planned…
There are plans to add more information and illustrations. Possible topics include:
Major and minor scales–> Scales Intervals–> Intervals Note duration and rhythm notation–> Rhythm Notation Key signatures–> Key Signatures Accidental signs–> Accidental Signs
- Enharmonic equivalents, Nomenclatures
Clef and register symbols–> Clefs
- The circle of fifths
- Ledger Lines